Monthly Archives: March 2013

What Is Street Preaching? – Tony Miano

“Street preaching” (also known as “open-air preaching” and “open-airing”) is the public proclamation of a religious message. It is often accomplished with a voice louder than that used in conversation. For the purposes of this article/section, “street preaching” refers to … Continue reading

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Questions and Answers on Hell – John Brown

Taken from pages 86-87 out of John Brown’s An Essay Towards an Easy, Plain, Practical, and Extensive Explication of the Assembly’s Shorter Catechism (1846) Q. How is Hell called in Scripture? A. Tophet, a prison, a lake of fire and … Continue reading

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Guidelines to Open Air Preaching – Kevin Williams

The Gospel of Jesus Christ was never meant to be hid behind the walls of church buildings, and open air preaching is a wonderful way to take the good news “into the highways” (Matt. 22:9). For myself, preaching the Gospel … Continue reading

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Anger: According to the Bible – John Boruff

I have examined three articles on “Anger” from various Bible dictionaries: Easton’s Bible Dictionary, Baker’s Evangelical Dictionary of Biblical Theology, and the International Standard Bible Encyclopedia (1915 edition). The reason why I have done this is because sometimes I express … Continue reading

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What Sort of a Christian I Am – John Boruff

1. Protestant. 2. Puritan; or, Nonconformist. 3. Wesleyan Arminian; or, Wesleyan. 4. Holiness. 5. Pentecostal. 6. Charismatic. 7. Third Wave; or, Evangelical Charismatic. 8. Non-Denominational. If someone were to ask me, “What kind of a Christian are you?” My quick … Continue reading

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“Puritan” Prophetic Ministry Books!? – John Boruff

Bickle, Mike. Growing in the Prophetic. Lake Mary, FL: Charisma House, 2008. By the pastor of the Kansas City Prophets. Uses the word “Puritan.” Bickle was influenced by Leonard Ravenhill. Preaches against antinomianism in sermon: “The Gospel of Grace: An … Continue reading

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